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What You Should Know More About Barcelona

  • Travel Advice

    ·         Carry at least one proof of your identity with you at all times.

    ·         Get your important documents photocopied for safety.

    ·         Stay alert and keep a check on your luggage at all times.

    ·         Do not leave your valuables or baggage anywhere.

    ·         Don’t try and get over friendly with the passerby’s.

    ·         Do not indulge in any form of drugs or any other harmful substances.

    ·         If you come across any individual who may look or seem like a drug peddler it is always recommended for you to not interact with such an individual and try and get away from that place at the earliest.

    ·         In case you get into a trouble or in case you need help, it is good to contact the police.

    ·         You can seek help from the locals however make sure you are polite in your tone.

    ·         Do not book a hotel in a shady area.

    ·         If a particular place prohibits you from clicking a picture adhere to it.

    ·         In case you are suffering from a medical condition, carry with you all the necessary medications.

    ·         Whenever you carry out any adventure activity, give due importance to your safety and security.

    ·         Do not flaunt your valuables in the public areas. 

  • Drinking Law

    The legal age for drinking in Barcelona is 18 years.


  • Our Recommendations: What you can’t afford to miss?

    Museu Picasso

    There are interesting destinations in Barcelona which offers a deep insight about the city’s various colors. Museu Picasso is one such landmark which manages over 4,000 works by the renowned painter. You will get to explore the most extensive collections by Pablo Picasso, who grew to fame in the 20th-century. Tourists will also get to learn about Picasso’s relationship with Barcelona that covers his youth as well as adolescence and concludes till his death. The museum is established in five adjacent medieval palaces situated in the La Ribera region. There are guided tours to this place which can be availed under decent prices.


    Montjuïc is basically a broad shallow hill which is located in the southwest direction from the city center. You will be amused to know that, the eastern side of the hill is a complete sheer cliff, which offers stunning views of the harbor that rests right below. One can even check out several fortifications which are still alive on the top portions of the hill. Do not miss to visit the Palau Nacional (National Palace) which possesses a mind-boggling architecture. The majestic building is a classic example of neo-Baroque style and is home to the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC). Toursists should mark this area in their things to do list while visiting Barcelona.

    Font Màgica

    Font Màgica is one of the top tourist places which attracts a large crowd every year. This fountain is located below the Palau Nacional based on Montjuïc hill. The Plaça d’Espanya and Poble Espanyol de Barcelona are also present in the nearby area. This beautiful fountain was constructed basically for the Barcelona International Exposition in 1929. You will be happy to know that, on certain evenings the fountain offers a spectacular display of light, music and water which pulls a large number of viewers. Moreover, to add more glamour to the scenery, the Palau National is also illuminated in the background.

    Casa Batlló

    The Casa Batlló is one of the classic architectural resorts which are carefully preserved till date. It is basically a remodeled nineteenth century building which is known to be Gaudí’s fantastic masterpiece in the city of Barcelona. La Casa Batllo offers a stunning view which is contributed mainly through the presence of the two ornamental pillars which can be check out on the entrance to the terrace. Visitors would surely cherish the unique interior which very well compliments the glorious exterior.

    Parc Guëll

    Antoni Gaudi has several of his amazing works preserved in the city. Apart from La Pedrera and La Casa Batlló, the Parc Guëll pours a serene image which is quite unreal. This region used to be a residential property which was beautified by Gaudi through his excellent landscape designing. But only two houses were completed after which the land was purchased by the city of Barcelona and transformed into a park. Tourists visit this area to examine the magical architecture as well as the famous Salamander sculpture which was planned by the visionary artist. Parc Guëll is surely ranked among the best places to see in Barcelona.


    The beach life in Barcelona is regarded quite special all across Spain. The city possesses seven different beaches, which cover a stretch of 4.5 km (2.8 miles) along the coastline. Barceloneta is the crowning leader that is the most popular among tourists. It is also quite wonderful since it is situated closer to the city center. This sandy beach is majorly dominated by cyclists and joggers who wish to spend a nice time close to nature. During the summer months, the beach is very crowded and you can see people hanging around at the various bars which serve a variety of cold beverages. One can surely spend their holidays resting under the sun and absorbing the vibrant feel of this place.

    Casa Milà

    Casa Milà (La Pedrera) was built during 1906 and 1910 and was the final civil work design by the popular Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi. This lively building is surely an enticing architectural creation which holds a unique design that does not possess a single straight edge on the exterior. Visitors can access tours to explore the interior along with the scenic roof structures that are very alluring. You will also get to observe some of Gaudi works which are evident in Casa Batlio and Sagrada Familia.

    La Sagrada Familia

    La Sagrada Familia is marked among the classic tourist places of Barcelona, which attracts nearly 2.8 million visitors every year. This impressive basilica consists of intricate designing successfully managed by Antoni Gaudi. The construction of La Sagrada Familia began in 1882 and till date it is being worked upon. It is predicted that the work would get completed under the next 30 years. Visitors are amused by the various elements as well as religious symbolism which are highlighted in different spaces of the church. The exterior along with the interior makes this church a marvelous structure important to the people of Barcelona.

    Camp Nou

    Camp Nou is a grand destination which is admired by football fans and fraternity. This stadium is the home for the Spanish giant team F.C. Barcelona. The designing and architecture of Camp Nou is quite commendable as it can hold a crowd of 99,000 people. It is also regarded as Europe’s largest sporting arena which makes it so important for the city. You can even access planned tours to the stadium which is worth your time and money. 

  • What you will like there?

    High on Concerts

    Barcelona is a popular destination for live music scenes which has been frequent since the past one decade. You can hit the popular venues such as Razzmatazz as well as Apollo which are liked by the locals as well as tourists. Moreover, there are several high-end concert halls like the Gran Teatre del Liceu which is superbly decorated. If you are a music junkie, then visit Barcelona for attending some of the most attractive festivals such as Sonar, Festival Internacional de Jazz de Barcelona and the most famous Primavera Sound. Musical activities indeed pour life into this city of joy which is completely valued by tourists.

    Traditional Cuisine

    One cannot miss a chance to taste delicious pintxos when he/she is touring Barcelona. This delicacy is basically Basque tapas which are served with bread. This food item is also part of the culinary trend in the city. Pintxos made out of chicken, ham and pork are also available as per the wish of the customers. Euskal Etxea is the top destination among the best resorts that serve this flavorful dish in Barcelona. The city is also known for its classic vermouth that is supposed to make your dining experience quite marvelous. One can visit the renowned bodegas such as La Pepita, Bar Electricitat as well as Bar Calders for savoring one of the best vermouths.

    Seafood Dishes

    Seafood tasting in Barcelona is listed among the top things to do while you visit the city. You can spot numerous luxurious restaurants that maintain an alluring seafood menu. The famous Galician restaurant, Rias de Galicia is a reputed destination where you can access a fine assortment of squid rings, shrimps as well as little tallarines (wedge clams). Other popular restaurants include Cachitos, Cal Pep and La Mar Salada which is situated close to Barceloneta.

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